No, a pressure cannot change shift the equilibrium position in every reversible reaction.
How the pressure affect the reversible reaction ?
If the pressure increases, the position of equilibrium shift in the direction with the small amount of molecules. This decreases the effect of the change. When the reaction will shift towards the products that means the reaction favor forward.
Factors that affect equilibrium position in reversible reaction.
From the above conclusion we can say that a pressure cannot change the shift of equilibrium position in every reversible reaction.
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